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  • venkatna's (Venkat Narayanan's) WebLog

    Start.com Released

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    I had been working on start.com on and off about 4 - 5 months ago. I had moved onto another project and started working fulltime on start.com a couple of weeks ago. It has been a fun time so far. We went from /3 to www.start.com . We are still preview...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Feedback requested for Visual Studio File Tab Channel Design for Orcas

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    Jonathan, a PM intern on my team VSCore, is requesting feedback on his Visual Studio File Tabs Design.  I know he’ll love your feedback. You can view the file tabs and send feedback here http://blogs.msdn.com/vside/archive/2005/08/31/458371.aspx...
  • Windows CE Networking Team WebLog

    Why am I getting E_NOTIMPL on Windows CE MSXML?

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    A common error some Windows CE developers hit when using MSXML is that they call into some functionality and they get a not implemented error (E_NOTIMPL=0x80004001) when the CE Docs say the feature is supported. In particular, people hit this a lot when...
  • The Little Wheel Goes in Back

    Alright already

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    The fact that I failed to begin my blog without first clearly identifying myself seems to be fueling the conspiracy theorists in the Flight Sim community so I thought I'd take just a minute to fill in the blanks. I didn't think who I was or what title...
  • Nigel Parker's Outside Line

    Tech.Ed New Zealand Presentations Available

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    We have released presentations/ and some code samples from Tech.Ed NZ here http://www.microsoft.com/nz/events/teched/downloads.aspx . More to come next week... so please check back regularly. This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties,...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Tech.Ed : Day 2 : Live from the Cabana

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    Thursday at Tech.Ed was booth day. I spent the whole day manning the booth out on the exhibition floor. In my opinion, that's where the action is. It is where the rubber hits the road for the delegates. It is where these folks have perhaps their only...
  • Windows CE Base Team Blog

    Readlog summary output: process run times

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    Posted by: Sue Loh Today I got a question about the readlog summary output: When using the most recent version of readlog.exe with the '-s' (summary) option, I noticed that execution time for each process is divided between "Thread Run Time"...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Podcast: Interview with John Eldridge - Windows CE Real Time.

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    Yesterday I met with John Eldridge, an Architect in the Windows CE operating system group to discuss Windows CE and Real-Time, here's a link to the discussion (mp3 16MB), and the Podcast XML feed will be updated shortly. - Mike
  • Outside The Cube

    Katrina survivors...

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    MSNBC has a feature on the site for people looking for others and also for those wanting to tell loved ones they are safe. http://safe.msnbc.com http://lookingfor.msnbc.com
  • What's in Store

    What a week

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    Wow, what a week. I find it hard to describe the feeling that we've been having on the WinFS team this week. It's almost like we've all been keeping a great secret that we're just dying to share, and now we finally can. For those of you that didn't...
  • Brad McCabe's WebLog

    Free Training CD from AppDev

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    Even more great offers. Microsoft and AppDev , a leading developer training company, have partnered to give away a free ASP.NET 2.0 using Visual Basic 2005 Beta 2 Training CD or ASP.NET 2.0 using C# 2005 Beta 2 CD . From the AppDev web site: “See why...
  • amivora's WebLog

    The Team

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    After just posting about both Rich and Payam, I realized that I hadn’t actually explained who they are. The Web Services Strategy team is currently made of me, Richard Turner , and Payam Shodjai, working under Ari Bixhorn. Rich and Payam both used to...
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